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64 impala guys, question for ya

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Blown 61, May 12, 2013.

  1. Blown 61
    Joined: Feb 22, 2005
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    I have a friend with one with a three on the tree and all the shift linkage is worn out, where can I find replacement parts? also is there a two piece driveshaft? if so would a bad bearing at the split cause a vibration? one more thing where should the timing be? 283 cid

    Thanks!
     
  2. bobwop
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    yup, a bad bearing could be the culprit.

    don't know about the linkage. There are some bushings that could be worn
     
  3. Timing depends on a lot of variables. Start at 18 btdc and go from there.
     
  4. Blown 61
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    There are bushings and a pivot on the frame is worn out, wondering if there is a place I could get all new stuff from??
     

  5. Check with the 59-64 Impala clubs I bet they can help ya!
     
  6. Blown 61
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    Where do I find them???
     
  7. brigrat
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    Impala Bob's is a start.
    Timing?
    Disconnect & plug the vacuum line from carb to vacuum canister on dizzy, I start at 6-8 BTDC, their are variables as mentioned........................
     
  8. 61 chevy
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    google 1964 impala, you can buy ever thing for them, also ebay
     
  9. I Drag
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    Yes it is a 2-piece driveshaft. A drivetrain vibration on these cars is likely the Carrier Bearing. While replacing it, also do all 3 (!) u-joints. Classic Industries is one source.
     
  10. Gizzy
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    I've got a 64 belair, bought a lot from Ecklers.Just google it.
     
  11. Lutty's out of PA. They have tons of Impala parts. I used them for my 1963 Impala SS resto. Also there is Hubbards. Both are vendors at Spring and Fall Carlisle. A good national club is VCCA; Vintage Chevorlet Culb of Amreica. Good luck.my .02.
     
  12. bobwop
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    but tell me this...who has the parts necessary to rebuild the three speed linkage?
     
  13. Google?
     
  14. 327Eric
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    from Diablo Ca.

  15. rag-4
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    try Classic Industries or CARS1
     
  16. cooljunk
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  17. Chevy dealers used to stock a GM kit with everything needed to rebuild the column shift. It was a big job, the last one I did was on a 3-on-the-tree Chevy truck and the whole column had to come out.

    I'm sure one of the sources above has it for the '64.

    Bob
     
  18. biscaynes
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    do yourself a favour and buy the poly hanger bearing
     
  19. rlowrod
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    best replacements parts around, www.truckandcarshop.com

    there located in southern California and have on-line catalogs, mail order or walk in service.
    I use them all the time for my projects.
    They should be able to help with the linkage but the bearing can be purchased from pepboys, o'rielly's or most any other auto parts store.
    :D hope that helps.
     

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